Zero Live at The Fillmore on 2007-02-02
intro: Wavy Gravy / tuning
Chance In A Million
Boogie On Reggae Woman
intro: Wavy Gravy
Slippin' Into Darkness >
Sun Sun Sun >
Highway 61 Revisited
Happy (50th) Birthday Arnie
Filler: Wavy's pre-show raps
Inside Wavy's head
Collection ZeroBand/Artist ZeroVenue The FillmoreLocation San Francisco CASource AUD: Microtech Gefell M300s (left balcony, FOB) > Lunatec V2 > Tascam DA-P1 > DATLineage DAT > Sony R500 > Lucid PCI24 > Mac (Peak/Waves/xACT) > FLACsTaped by Michael ZelnerTransferred by Michael Zelner
Greg Anton - drums, congas
Steve Kimock - guitars
Martin Fierro - tenor sax, percussion, pan flute, vocals
John Morgan Kimock - drums
Liam Hanrahan - bass
Melvin Seals (JGB) - Hammond B3 organ, Yamaha synth
Judge Murphy - vocals
Arnie J Green - vocals, guitar
Suzanne Sterling - backing vocals
Brian Carey (New Monsoon) - congas, tambourine
Sikiru Adepoju (Planet Drum) - talking drum
Jessica Fierro - dance
*w/Amy Green (Arnie's daughter) - lead vocals
- billed as "A Zero Homecoming"
- first Zero gig in San Francisco since 11/11/00
February 3, 2013
Wake up, sleepy MFs!!!
I was a sleepy MF when I listened to this after work on a Saturday, which enabled me to be patient thru the looser parts, but not thru Wavy Gravy. Eugh! Shut this guy up! Anyway, Sun thru Emaline is great. Before that, it's pretty loose--as in not tight.
February 23, 2010
I've been thinking about a new set of mics to replace my MG300's, so I downloaded a bunch of shows where I could find multiple sources to compare. Well... I happened upon this one. Firstly, this was a f'n awesome show. Second, the taper did a phenomenal job. And third, why did I ever think I wanted new mics?? Thanks for uploading this!
May 24, 2007
Welcome back, Zero
This show has made me psyched again to be a Kimock fan. The Zero boys really brought the energy on this night.
The Baby Baby is nasty, although I can't say I agree with Garcia/Kimock guy that it's the best Kimock ever. It's certainly the Kimock of old that FLOK know and love (and miss sometimes), but there are some solos that I don't know if he'll ever top. The Hangers, as usual, is hot as hell. And everything that follows is fantastic as well.
I do miss Bobzilla laying down the thick Fender-bass-funk, but Liam does a nice job filling in. You've also gotta love Melvin Seals on keys, and couldn't really ask for a better sub for Pete Sears or Chip Roland. Judge Murphy sounds as good as he ever has, and John Morgan Kimock has a very bright future ahead of him. I think he's better than Greg Anton ever was. Sorry, Greg.
Thank you, guys!
April 21, 2007
Love Zero with Kimock.
February 16, 2007
Damn! This is great stuff! Steve's solo on "Baby Baby" from about 8:20-13:00 minutes in is SCIK! It may be the sickest thing I've ever heard Steve play...and that's a bold statement considering the magic he has laid down over the past 20 plus years.
Don't pass this gem up!
Thanks to all who make this available.